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When an AC source of emf E with frequency $$\omega$$ = 100 Hz is connected across a circuit, the phase difference between E and current I in the circuit is observed to be $${\pi \over 4}$$ as shown in the figure. If the circuit consist of only RC or RL in series, then

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The rms value of potential difference V shown in the figure is

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Consider a pure inductive AC circuit as shown in the figure. If the average power consumed is P, then

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WB JEE 2020

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When a DC voltage is applied at the two ends of a circuit kept in a closed box, it is observed that the current gradually increases from zero to a certain value and then remains constant. What do you think that the circuit contains?

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